As you age, long term care costs can add up quite quickly costing you and your family a huge dent in your income. However, what many veterans and their surviving spouses don’t know, are the benefits that they are entitled to for long term care needs.
With summer in nearly full force and increasing temperatures on the way, it’s important to be reminded of the dangers that these fun-filled summer months can bring. Whether you are a senior or are caring for an aging family member, it is vital to be aware of the dangers that can occur and make sure that proper precautions are taken to protect your loved one.
While some seniors might feel that adapting to the newest trends in technology is unnecessary, the fact of the matter is that there has never been a more beneficial time to reap the benefits of this growing world. To show you, we have compiled the top 6 benefits of seniors using the internet and how to get started.
We all know that the world we live in today is not what it used to be. Continuously, we hear stories on the news about technology’s growth and the dangers it possesses, from cyber attacks and bullying to scams and fraudulent acts targeting people all over the world.
If you’re in and out of the hospital on a regular basis, you know about transitional care. But do you know how to make the process a more positive experience with a decreased likelihood of rehospitalization? The Transitional Care Model can help.
As you age, you may have a feeling of emptiness where a job once was. Now that you are retired and have more free time, you may be wondering how to fill this gap. Volunteering in your community can help others while also helping yourself.
You’ve been on your own for awhile now, and your house has more space than you could ever use. Some rooms sit for days or weeks without use, and pieces of furniture get dusty from lack of use. You don’t want to move, but it seems like you should. Here are some tips to help you know if it’s time to downsize.
Your loved one needs help paying for their medical bills. You know Medicaid and Medicare are government insurance programs, but what is the difference? You aren’t sure if you or your loved one will qualify or what the insurance will cover once qualified.